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Mountain View Celebrates

45th Annual Art & Wine Festival Soak in the Cool Castro Street Vibe at “A Festival Like No Other” New Hours, Signature Cocktails, Saturday Sunset Concert Debut! oted “Best Festival in the South Bay” multiple times by readers of Metro and still hitting on all cylinders better than ever, this year’s 45th annual festival, September 10-11 promises to be a “festival like no other”. An authentic and moveable feast for the senses. The vibrant, multicultural Castro Street vibe. Exceptional handcrafted work by 600 of America’s top artists and craftmakers. Stellar live music. Fabulous food and drink with craft beer, wine, and cocktails. The Comcast Pigskin Party Lounge with giant screen TV. Artisan specialty food purveyors. Home and garden exhibits. Health and wellness displays. An organic and green products showcase. Fun and games for kids. An affordable, sun-splashed, memorable, leisure-filled weekend. An enormous throng of art lovers is expected to pour onto Castro Street in Silicon Valley’s epicenter for this “Cultural Community Celebration” presented by the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce. Hours are new – 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is free. No pets, please.

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EXTR AORDINARY ART California Artists brings its world-class stable of professional artists and fine craftmakers to showcase their extraordinary work. Shoppers will find thousands of handcrafted items while browsing among

booths featuring original work in glass, ceramics, metals, fiber, leather, wood, jewelry, and fine art.

FESTIVE FOOD Festival eateries will be serving up a world of flavorful fare — Polish and chicken-Portobello sausages; homemade corn dogs, beer battered garlic, crab and truffle fries; succulent chicken and pork on-astick, teriyaki chicken rice bowls, chicken over noodles; spicy hot links, sweet chicken-apple sausages, all-beef organic hot dogs, deluxe garlic fries; barbecued chicken breast sandwiches, deep-fried chicken strips; smoked turkey legs, fried calamari; teriyaki chicken kabobs, gyros; fried chicken tender plate with fried mozzarella sticks, French fries and jalapeños; French crêpes made to order; sweet latesummer corn on the cob, baked potatoes with toppings; chocolate-dipped frozen fruit kabobs & ice cream bars, whole fruit smoothies; ice cream; authentic shaved ice, fresh-squeezed lemonade, kettle corn, roasted peanuts and more.

DELICIOUS DRINK Complementing the fabulous food will be premium wines, seasonal microbrews, sangria and mimosas plus signature cocktails for the first time – Honeycrisp Apple Mules (Skyy Honeycrisp Apple vodka, fresh squeezed lime juice and ginger beer) and refreshing margaritas made from fresh fruit purees at the Longboard Bar tent. The brewmasters at Tied House will be offering their flagship Cascade Amber and Kolsch, this year’s special festival brew. Wine lovers will be tempted by luscious vintages from from several outstanding winemakers. Cool off with some refreshing Honest Tea or Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water to raise funds for Leadership Mountain View (LMV). Sip your favorite beverage in a beautiful, collectoritem wine or beer glass adorned with this year’s stylish festival logo.

KIDS’ PARK The action-packed Kids’ Park will keep youngsters enthralled with ultra thrilling bungee jumping, wild and wacky waterballerz, Mobile Rock’s challenging 24-foot rock climbing wall, obstacle course and bouncers, super cool temporary tattoos, face painting and body art, hula hooping, exotic French hair braiding, caricature art, party animal puppets, children’s books and toys. The Kids’ Park Community Stage returns with a dazzling array of young performers strutting their stuff in the “Mountain View’s Got Talent” style showcase.

WE TAKE CREDIT CARDS! Pay for drink tickets and glasses using any major credit card at all Ticket/Glass booths.

STREET CLOSURES Castro Street will be closed to traffic from El Camino Real to Evelyn Avenue.

PUBLIC TR ANSPORTATION Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) will be running its normal weekend schedule with Bus and Light Rail service to Downtown Mountain View. For your free trip plan, call (408) 321-2300, or visit vta.org. For Caltrain information, call 800-6604287 or visit caltrain.com. Caltrain and bus service drops riders off at the Mountain View transit center, just steps from the primary festival entrance at Evelyn Avenue and Castro Street.

VEHICLE PARKING Free parking is available on streets and parking plazas surrounding the downtown area. Paid parking ($5) will be available both days from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. including: 400 Castro Street (parking lot entrance on Bryant Street), 444 Castro Street (parking lot entrance on Bryant Street), Kaiser Permanente (555 Castro Street –– parking lot entrance on Hope Street), Chase Bank (749 El Camino Real/ Castro Street) and the City of Mountain View parking Lot #13 (on Bryant between California and Mercy Streets).

DATES/HOURS/LOCATION The festival will be held on September 10-11. Hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. The festival takes place on Castro Street from El Camino Real to Evelyn Avenue. Admission is free.

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45th Annual Art & Wine Festival Continuing the Tradition he Mountain View Art & Wine Festival is the Chamber’s largest fundraiser, enabling the organization to provide the Mountain View community with a variety of important services, programs, and scholarships. Chamber CEO Tony Siress says “the Mountain View Art & Wine Festival con-

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tinues to grow and expand its selection of authentic arts and crafts and highlights the region’s best wine, beer and other festive libations along with a wide variety of tasty food. A variety of hot musical talent will be featured on our Main Stage and we are excited to continue our tradition of Salsa music on Sunday.”

The Mountain View Chamber of Commerce has been connecting the business community since 1922. By creating a strong local economy, the Mountain View Chamber, with its hundreds of business members representing over 40,000 employees, supports a vibrant and diverse community. As the Visitor Center for the

city of Mountain View, the Chamber offers a variety of information on hotels, restaurants, events, schools, and other visitor-serving interests. For information, call Mountain View Chamber of Commerce at 650-968-8378 or visit our website at http://www.chambermv.org Mountain View Art & Wine • 2014 Q

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The Houserockers

Orquestra Borinquen

Best of the Bay Area’s Music Sc wo unforgettable days of sizzlin’ rhythm and blues, classic rock ‘n roll, cool jazz, Motown soul, world-beat, Celtic folk and danceable party music transform downtown Mountain View into the Bay Area’s entertainment hot-spot during the Art & Wine Festival, September 10-11 on Castro Street. Thirteen of the Bay Area’s best bands play a non-stop, wide-ranging musical mix on the Linked-In Concert Stage in Civic Center Plaza and several street locations throughout downtown. This year, we’re extending festival hours into the evening on Saturday until 7:00pm with the newly added Saturday Sunset Concert with rock and roll stalwarts The Houserockers and then back strong with our ever-popular Salsa Sunday with the fabulous Orquesta Borinquen and Ruckatan. Blue House will kick things off on Saturday

T The Mountain View Chamber of Commerce would like to extend its sincere thanks to the volunteers who have given so generously of their time and service, and to the following sponsors whose participation has made the Art & Wine Festival possible. Alice 97.3 FM

Kaiser Permanente

Red Cross, Silicon Valley

Artisan Wine Depot

KBAY 94.5 FM

Renewal by Andersen

Bay Area Air Quality Management District

KCBS 740 AM/106.9 FM

Sam Adams Oktoberfest

KEZR “Mix” 106.5 FM

San Francisco Chronicle

KGO 810 AM

Santa Clara Valley Water District

KLIV 1590 AM

Shoreline Amphitheatre

KMVT 15

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Bay Area News Group Bay Home & Window Blackberry React California Artists

KOA Fitness

CEFCU

KRTY 95.3 FM

CHAC

KSFO 560 AM

Chase Bank

Lagunitas IPA

Chiropractic First

Larabar

City of Mountain View

Leadership Mountain View

Comcast

LinkedIn

Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water Current Silicon Valley

Longboard Bar Lyft

SolarCity Solar Technologies

Star One Credit Union Sunnyvale Chiropractic SunPower

The Craftsmens’ Guild

Mountain Bay Plaza

The Good Cider

Mountain View City Signs

The Swig Company

Mountain View City Streets

Tied House Café & Brewery

Mountain View Fire Dept

Title Boxing Company

El Camino Hospital/Concern EAP

Mountain View Police Department Reserve Police Officer Unit

Toyota Prius

Ellis Eye & Laser Medical Center

Mountain View Police Dept

Farm Fresh To You

Mountain View Public Safety Foundation

Friends of Stevens Creek Trail

Mountain View Recreation Dept

Gold Rush Getaways

Mountain View Solid Waste

Google

Mountain View Voice

Greystar

Nationwide Insurance

Heavenly Greens

Pacifico

Honest Tea

Photos, Movies and More

Hotel Avante

Provident Credit Union

IloveMV.org

Recology

David Walley’s Hot Springs Resort & Spa DBI Beverage Diamond Resorts International Door 2 Door Storage

The Finest Steaks & Seafood

Stanford Federal Credit Union

Modelo Especial

David Frank Design

Blue House

Stanford Chiropractic

Sutter Health Palo Alto Medical Foundation

Danmer Custom Shutters

with their unique blend of folky acoustic & electric originals and covers, powered by plenty of rocker ‘tude. The Blackouts will rocket you into an all-out ‘80s dance-o-rama – complete with plenty of neon, crazy hair styles, wacky shades and

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power-packed, 10-piece classic rock dynamo, The Houserockers. Homegrown from the South Bay, their popular mix of timeless rock classics earned them KFOX’s coveted “Best Cover Band in the Bay Area” award. Festival favorite Salsa Sunday will start off sizzling in a big way with The Hitmen. They’ve been entertaining Bay Area audiences with their wide range of favorites from ‘70s to modern hits, including many Latin songs, for over 20 years. Salsa comes in many forms from spicy to mild, and the same goes for Orquestra Borinquen. This talented 10-piece band is truly unique and inspiring. The Ruckatan Latin Tribe, a fusion of Latin and Reggae, will close out Salsa Sunday with their dance-oriented Latin, Caribbean and World music-inspired rhythms. This 7-piece band loves to celebrate life with their original music.

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LINKED-IN CONCERT STAGE IN CIVIC CENTER PLAZA

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 11:00am – Blue House 12:30pm – The Blackouts 2:15pm – Pacific Soul Band (Soul/R&B) 4:45pm – The Houserockers

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 11:00am – The Hitmen 1:30pm – Orquesta Borinquen 3:45pm – Ruckatan

Street Performer Locations Ancient Winds (Evelyn Ave.) • John Clarke (Villa St.) Bob Culbertson (Dana St.) • The GroWiser Band (California St.) Man In White (Yosemite) • HeartStrings Music (High School Way) Charles Dupre, Elvis Impersonator (El Camino)

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W-1 Columbia Crest Grand Estates Chardonnay 14 Hands Cabernet Sauvignon

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W-2 Two Vines Red Blend Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc W-3 Chateau St. Michelle Riesling McManis Pinot Noir W-4 Columbia Crest Grand Estates Chardonnay 14 Hands Cabernet Sauvignon

B-2 Pacifico, Modelo Especial, Sam Adams Oktoberfest, Lagunitas IPA B-3 Tied House Cascade Amber and Kolsch B-4 Pacifico, Modelo Especial, Sam Adams Oktoberfest, Lagunitas IPA B-5 Tied House Cascade Amber and Kolsch

W-5 Two Vines Red Blend Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc

B-6 Pacifico, Modelo Especial, Sam Adams Oktoberfest, Lagunitas IPA

W-6 Chateau St. Michelle Riesling McManis Pinot Noir

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W-7 Columbia Crest Grand Estates Chardonnay 14 Hands Cabernet Sauvignon

B-8 Tied House Cascade Amber and Kolsch

F1 Frozen Fantasies Chocolate Dipped Frozen Fruit Kabobs & Ice Cream Bars, Whole Fruit Smoothies, Lemonade/Herbal Iced Tea F2 B. Food International Greek Gyros, ½ lb. Sausages, Philly Cheese Steak F3 Srasa Kitchen Wings & Fries - Pub Style F4 Sandy’s Pop Shop Sweet & Salty Kettle Corn F5 Tropical Hut Non-Alcoholic Pina Coladas served in Pineapples or Coconuts F7 Kiwanis Club of Mountain View Dittmer’s Sausage, Corn-on-the-Cob, Iced Tea F8 Barrett’s Lemonade Fresh Squeezed Lemonade F9 Gaspachos Gaspachos, Mangonadas, Strawberry Mango F10 Hot & Sizzling Grill Greek Sandwiches, Chicken Tender Plate w/Mozzarella Sticks, Jalapeño Pepper F11 Original Grill Teriyaki Chicken Kabob, Gyros, Teriyaki Chicken over Stir Fry Noodles F14 Kancha’s Kitchen Momos, Goat Curry, Aloo Tama Bodi F15 Gourmet Faire Homemade Corn Dogs, Beer Battered Fries: Garlic, Crab or Truffle F16 Lemoine Creperie Made-To-Order Crepes, Lemonade, Ice Tea F17 Earthly Delights Chicken Sandwich, Chicken Strips, Parmesan Garlic Fries F18 Olde Tyme Kettle Korn Kettle Korn F19 Aroma Concessions Fried Calamari, Smoked Turkey Legs, Fried Artichokes & Zucchini F20 Ear-Good Corn Roaster Fresh Roasted Corn-on-the-Cob, Baked Potatos, Corn-In-A-Cup F21 Pedemonte & Company Gourmet Sausages/Hot Dogs, Garlic Cilantro Fries, Lemon-Limeade F22 Stick-N-Grilled BBQ Chicken & Pork Stick, Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl, Chicken Noodles F23 Baskin Robbins Ice Cream F24 Mountain View High School Choir Hawaiian Shaved Ice, Dole Whipped Frozen Drink F25 Stick-N-Grilled BBQ Chicken & Pork Stick, Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl, Chicken Noodles

MISCELLANEOUS LOCATIONS Information Booth California & Castro

Kids’ Park Church & Castro

First Aid California & Castro

Bicycle Parking Church & Castro

Lost & Found California & Castro

Volunteer Check-in California & Castro

Water & Organic Juice — LMV Credit Cards Accepted 1- 3 Honest Tea & Crystal Geyser For Drink Tickets & Glasses Alpine Spring Water Major Credit Cards Margaritas & Honeycrisp Apple accepted at ALL Ticket Mules — MAR Longboard Bar — & Glass Booths Mercy & Castro TG 1 (Evelyn Ave.), Sangria & Mimosas — SAN Villa & Castro, California & Castro, Mercy & Castro, Music Main Stage Ticket & Glass Booths — TG 1-7 1 Ticket: $7 value Beer, Wine, Sangria, Mimosas: 1 Glass ($7)

TG 2 (Villa St.), TG 3 (Dana St.), TG 4 (California St.), TG 5 (Mercy St.), TG 6 (Church St.), and TG 7 (High School Way)

NO SEGWAYS AND NO PETS PLEASE! VIVA PLASTIC! WE TAKE CREDIT CREDIT CARDS TOO! For your convenience, pay for drink tickets and glasses with any major credit card at ALL Ticket/Glass (T/G) booths – Evelyn Ave., Villa St., Dana St., California St., Mercy St., Church St., and High School Way.

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